Surprisingly well run and managed theme park about an hour out of downtown Shanghai. It's huge and features four large roller coasters. On the weekends in the summer, expect long lines for the best rides, but there's plenty to see and do, even if you don't want to lose your lunch on the Diving Coaster. Other facilities include haunted houses, Looney Toons 5D theaters, “Old Shanghai” promenades, sky drops, VR arcades, aquatic zones… Chances are, some rides would break down and have to be closed for maintenance, so call ahead if you want to check that out.
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